Re: [orca-list] Bug tracking tools

And that link is a perfect example of why I dislike web interfaces. Orca
on my system takes close on a second when cursoring down in the list,
when you enter a link you need to wait for the page to load, and then if
you use alt-back to go to the previous page you again need to wait for
the page to load and I am not certain of the reliability of Orca ending
up where you were last on the page (particularly if you were slightly
impatient and press a cursor key before it has properly loaded). All
this is before I get to the pains of entering a bug through this type of

I personally feel this is not a sensible way to try and review bugs,
unless you have all the time in the world and infinite patience.

May be I have a dislike for web interfaces in general, but I feel it
would be useful (not just for me but others as well) to have a tool on
the system for this task (like the dictionary tool in accessories,
although I must admit I don't know if it is using data straight from the

Those problems I describe regarding the web interface, and the lack of
knowing about such a tool I am seeking, is a major contribution to why I
don't review current bugs and submit actual bug reports where

Michael Whapples
On Sun, 2007-12-16 at 09:44 -0600, Bryen wrote:
This link will show you the results of all gnome bugs filed with keyword

On Sun, 2007-12-16 at 15:37 +0000, Michael Whapples wrote:
Is there any tools which can be used with orca for searching, reading
and reporting bugs? I am aware of bugbuddy but I think that is only a
reporting tool. I also know that all the functionality I want is
probably available through a web interface, but I don't tend to like web
interfaces, particularly with the speed of orca on some websites.

Michael Whapples

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